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Sneezing For centuries it was thought that violent sneezing would expel semen. Lemons In many cultures, half a squeezed lemon was pressed into service as a diaphragm.The citric acid acts as a spermicide but the technique is not recommended if you are at all prone to little nicks or abrasions - ouch, that smarts! It's not thought this is what was meant by the Bible's command to 'be fruitful'.Visitors to the site can also examine a wall relief in the Pharaoh section and try to identify objects in a museum.Finally, there is a “staff room” to help teachers use the site.Some of the lengths couples of the past went to to avoid unwanted pregnancies beggar belief.Actually by 'couples' we mean 'women' - not much has changed there!

By 1550BC, records are referring to contraceptive tampons made from linen flax and soaked in a mix of honey and date paste. Mercury Women in China 4,000 years ago drank mercury to prevent pregnancy.Early condoms The first condoms - again, thanks to the ever-inventive Egyptians - were made of animal intestines.The legendary lover Casanova placed his faith in linen condoms and by the nineteenth century Japanese men were sporting 'kabutogata', hard sheaths made of tortoiseshell or leather. Wood The block pessary was a wooden cube with concave sides.Embedded You Tube video and 3D multimedia play a key role at the site, especially in the engaging Rebuilding Ancient Temples exposition and the Ancient Videos section.keep up-to-date on Ancient Egypt news and website updates via Mark’s bi-monthly newsletter and take your hand at some of his quizzes.

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